Motel 6 Cedar City
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July 10, 2011
We woke with excitement to begin the process of getting ready for tomorrow. We would move Haley into the suite at Ramona so she would have time to adjust there before we left her there alone so we could be there for the movers. The day went incredibly slowly.
I had time to take care of my little garden one more time …
After yesterdays ride, I decided to take it a little easier today visiting Cedar Breaks National Monument and both the Kolob Canyons and the Kolob Terrace Road. This made for a light but full day which included me bombing down the highway at 80 mph :)
Cedar Breaks was recommended to me by a Visitor Guide in Salt Lake City and I am glad I …
Well, I blew it today..I planned on riding from Moab to Cedar City via the Colorado Gorge, The Capital Reef National Park, Highway 12 scenic route through the Dixie Forest, and then visit Bryce Canyon National Park and get to Cedar City around supper time. The big mistake was that I thought it was 450 kms - it was 650 kms. I also did not take into …
... of other bikers on the road, heading for Sturgis which starts on Monday. There was a large military group here at the hotel, not long after we arrived and checked in.
We had a late lunch in an Asian buffet house with everything from all cultures you could imagine for the princely sum of $8.99 each.
Stopped and checked out the local Pawn shop - there was guns galore and a mirade ...
... I to come with them to their place near Austin if we needed a place to stay. They also recommended that we stop in Austin where we found some fantastic souvenirs.
So you see being chatty sure can come in handy on the road. We learned from Officer Zach to stay under 80 to avoid being pulled over. And in Eureka, we met some locals at a diner named "Sloppy Joes". These two old ranchers were especially chatty and we found we had a lot in ...
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Clean room and wonderful staff.
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